ABC delivers to Wisconsin

Posted on March 24, 2011

[IMAGE]ABCKobussenMarch242011-2.jpg[/IMAGE] Kaukauna, Wis.-based Kobussen Buses Ltd. recently received a 2011 M1235 motorcoach from ABC Companies.

Manufactured exclusively for ABC Companies by General Coach of America, the coach seats 27 passengers, with a wheelchair lift, a four-monitor video entertainment system, Wi-Fi, 110-volt power outlets, a GPS System, ducted parcel racks with individual reading lamps, thermo pane glass, seat belts and aluminum wheels. The coach is powered by a Cummins ISB EPA-07 220HP engine coupled to an Allison 2200 PTS transmission.
Kobussen’s services include school bus, shuttle, special needs transportation and fixed-route transit all the way to luxury charter coaches, Kobussen now employs more than 600 people and operates 31 coaches, 422 school buses, and 36 other vehicles, including vans and 24-passenger shuttle buses.

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